Diego Cavalieri's agent has played down reports linking the Liverpool goalkeeper with a possible move to Benfica.
Benfica coach Quique Sanchez Flores has confirmed his interest in Cavalieri as he searches for a new goalkeeper for next season.
Cavalieri, who joined Liverpool from Palmeiras last summer, has found himself playing second fiddle to Pepe Reina at Anfield with the Spaniard firmly established as the No.1 in Rafa Benitez's plans.
The Brazilian's agent, Juninho Parmigiaini, claims Benitez has no plans to offload the player and that Cavalieri is happy at Liverpool despite his lack of regular action.
"I have held a meeting in Liverpool with the coach and Rafa Benitez is not thinking of letting Diego go," Parmigiaini told the Portuguese press.
"Benitez told me that he is satisfied with the work of Cavalieri and also has plans for the player next season.
"Benfica asked me to find out about the chances of a possible loan and for this reason I have travelled to Liverpool.
"On a personal aspect Diego is happy at Liverpool."